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  • running into a hunger food problem

    it seems like the days i train, which are mwf, im just not as hungry as non training days. heres what im usually eating on workout days

    breakfast: 8 eggwhites, 2 hole eggs, 1 cup of oatmeal. 10 grams glutamine pep.
    meal2: protein bar, 50 gram protein shake 80% wpc, 20% cc
    postworkout: 50 g wpi shake with 50g dex, 10 to 15 g glutamine peptide
    60 min later: 2 or 3 large chicken breasts, approx 1 cup white rice, maybe some vegtables.
    meal5: 1 can tuna, atleast half cup of cottage cheese. 2 yogurts, 2 rice cakes with peanut butter
    meal 6: 8 or 16 egg whites almost always 16 eggwhites, approx 1 cup veg.
    meal 7: 50 g shake 80 % wpc, 20% cc. 10 g gluta pep. 2 or 3 tbls of pb.

    the only thing that changes on non-workout days is that there is no post-workout shake. i was wondering if you guys had some general ideas on what i could change or add or take out from my diet. ive been eating like this for about 1 month now and i have put on about 10 pounds some of it fat but i think that thats just because i have done no cardio at all during that time.

  • #2
    In your pre-bed meal you should have no fat, so i would take out the pb. For pwo i think you should get alittle more than 50g of whey. Also in your pre-workout meal, i would reccommend you take in more carbs. And you might want to add 1-2 30-45 minute sessions of cardio on your off days for health reasons, unless you are a hard gainer.
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    • #3
      Oh yes, and in meal 6 i would reccommend a tbsp of flax oil or olive oil.
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      • #4
        im not a hardgainer and im gonna try to to add a couple of light cardio sessions but i really dont have the time, since college started, and with all the working and homework i barely have time to do anything. but as for youre suggestion to add a tbls of olive oil in meal 6. is it still a good idea since i have that meal at 8 or 9 pm and i go to sleep around 12. oh and what suggestions for carbs in meal 2

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        • #5
          Dude, get rid on the shakes, eat some real food, shakes are for post and if you are in a hurry, get on the damn cardio and cut offs pronto, screw that last meal have some lean protein and thats it maybe some veges with it...
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          • #6
            Originally posted by In-Human
            Dude, get rid on the shakes, eat some real food, shakes are for post and if you are in a hurry, get on the damn cardio and cut offs pronto, screw that last meal have some lean protein and thats it maybe some veges with it...
            that's why i am having the protein shake in meal2. im at college so its more practical. i was also under the impression that a protein shake was a good idea right before i go to sleep. im taking by youre response that im wrong so i was thinking instead of having 16 egg whites in meal6 i would split that over the last 2 meals instead.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by goliath23
              that's why i am having the protein shake in meal2. im at college so its more practical. i was also under the impression that a protein shake was a good idea right before i go to sleep. im taking by youre response that im wrong so i was thinking instead of having 16 egg whites in meal6 i would split that over the last 2 meals instead.
              Well if you BF is ok eat those eggs one meal and then have some meat on the last meal, roast beef cold cuts, turkey, chicken, high protein meat...
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              • #8
                my bf is ok, not great ive gained some fat over the last month or so and my abs have gone from the 6 pack alomost completely visible to just seing the outline of the first 4

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                • #9
                  Your more hungry bro on your non-training days because you body in recovery mode. It telling you to feed it dammit! So do so. More protein. Not energy (carbs).

                  As for training days, if you have to force feed do it, sometime it needs to be done.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by In-Human
                    Dude, get rid on the shakes, eat some real food, shakes are for post and if you are in a hurry, get on the damn cardio and cut offs pronto, screw that last meal have some lean protein and thats it maybe some veges with it...

                    Now that you said this.. it set me thinking. Who the hell came up with a large pro shake before bed? What exactly is its function? To keep a.a pools full for people who don't eat that often? To reap the full effects of cas proteins, if they are present in your shake that is..? Make you sleep easier with a meal that won't keep you up and cause difficulties with digesting a solid meal?

                    Say if i face none of the problems i brought up above.. i reckon a proper solid meal compared to a protein shake, with all else similar(grams of pro, fat or carbs etc if present), is much better.. is this wrong?

                    In an ideal world.. if solid food is really that easy to prepare and eat, is having solid meals for every meal except pwo what you're saying IH?

                    Just some thoughts.. please feel free to express yours. This is by no means concrete.. i think
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